• Massive Sunspots & Strong Solar Eruption Surprises Scientists

    • Date: 09/09/17
    • Alexa Halford, Brett Carter and Julie Currie, The Conversation

    Despite where we are in the sun’s cycle, activity on the sun has dramatically picked up over the past few days. We don’t yet fully understand everything that is happening. If you still have your solar viewing glasses from the eclipse, now is a good time to slap them on and look up at the sun. […]

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  • Alan Reynolds: Hurricanes Harvey and Irma Can’t Be Blamed on Global Warming

    • Date: 08/09/17
    • Alan Reynolds, Cato at Liberty

    Yes, warmer ocean temperatures would logically seem to correlate with more or stronger hurricanes, but as shown below, they don’t. “Harvey Is What Climate Change Looks Like: It’s time to open our eyes and prepare for the world that’s coming.” That August 28 Politico article by Slate weatherman Eric Holthaus was one of many trying […]

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  • The Atlantic Has Three Active Hurricanes For The First Time In 7 Years

    • Date: 07/09/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    The Atlantic basin has three active hurricanes for the first time in seven years. An image released by NOAA on Sept. 6, 2017, shows Hurricanes Katia, Irma and Jose. Hurricanes Jose and Katia formed in the Atlantic basin Wednesday evening. Hurricane Irma, one of the most powerful storms on record, is already barreling towards Florida […]

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  • Blaming The Weather: The Moral Danger Of The Securitization Of Climate Change

    • Date: 05/09/17
    • Marloes van Loon, Leiden University

    “The complexity of war is diminished to one dimension, exonerating moral responsibility from the agents of conflict and the international community from solving the conflict and dealing with its consequences.”   Marloes van Loon MA Thesis International Relations International Studies, Leiden University Sheikh Ghazi Rashad Hrimis touches dried earth in the parched region of Raqqa […]

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  • Chinese Scientists Identify Natural Driving Forces Of Climate Change

    • Date: 03/09/17
    • Geli Wang, Peicai Yang & Xiuji Zhou, Scientific Reports

      Abstract The identification of causal effects is a fundamental problem in climate change research. Here, a new perspective on climate change causality is presented using the central England temperature (CET) dataset, the longest instrumental temperature record, and a combination of slow feature analysis and wavelet analysis. The driving forces of climate change were investigated […]

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  • Too Much Ice Forces Arctic Climate Explorers To Give Up Campaign

    • Date: 01/09/17
    • Watts Up With That

    From the arctic mission reports, where they try to put the best spin on this colossal failure as reported by the BBC: Pen Hadow sets sail for North Pole as Arctic ice melts British explorer Pen Hadow and his crew have set sail from Alaska, in an attempt to become the first people ever to […]

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  • Death Of A Climate Icon

    • Date: 31/08/17
    • Susan Crockford, GWPF TV

    Since the start of this century, the polar bear has been the icon of human-caused global warming. But now the polar bear as poster child of catastrophic global warming is dead.   In years past, the polar bear was routinely featured in public discussions about the effects of climate change, but today the polar bear is […]

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  • New Study: No Connection Between Global Warming And Floods

    • Date: 31/08/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    As scientists and media pundits debate human activity’s role in Hurricane Harvey, a new study finds no evidence global warming increased flooding over North America and Europe. A study published in the Journal of Hydrology found “the number of significant trends in major-flood occurrence across North America and Europe was approximately the number expected due to chance […]

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